crossed networks

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by barret bondon, Oct 14, 2011.

  1. Two ISP's with two blocks of Static ip's
    One block split by switch and then into a series of routers, then into
    internal network to web servers, PC's and proprietary comm. devices
    Second block using one ip into own router, then into other devices inside.

    *These networks then shared by unmanaged internal switches (not my doing) *

    Symptoms: 1) internal computer will periodically pick up different external
    IP addresses (using IP Chicken)
    2) Internal comm. device often addressable on 123.xxx.xx.82 drops and can
    only be seen on 456.xxx.xxx.67 ; it must be seen by 123.xxx.xx.82.

    This crossed system was seen by client as a means of redundancy.
    I assume I must disable any internal communication between these networks ?
     
    barret bondon, Oct 14, 2011
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